The much anticipated Windows Terminal Preview is here and I have to say when it works, it's pretty awesome. While it shows great promise, this is a very early preview, you should expect to see some bugs, crashes, and quirks that will be fixed in future builds.
Microsoft briefly made the preview available on the Microsoft Store earlier yesterday, but they were just gearing up for its release and it was not ready. The Windows 2000 Terminal is now available from the Microsoft Store, which is based on version 0.2.1
Windows 10 version 1903 and on build 18362.0 or to get the Windows Terminal Preview higher. Windows Terminal (Preview) in Microsoft Store
Once you install Windows Terminal and open it, you will start with a single PowerShell window open.
To access other types of consoles in a new tab, you can click on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) shells and the CMD prompt.
To exit a console, you can simply click on the X in its tab or type exit in the console window.
Configuring the Windows Terminal
The settings for Windows Terminal are contained in a JSON file called % UserProfile% AppData Local Packages Microsoft. WindowsTerminal_8wekyb3d8bbwe roaming State profiles.json . You can also open Settings .
This file allows you to configure various options such as global settings, console sizees, keybindings, color schemes, and console profiles.
When Windows Terminal is first installed, it will automatically create profiles for PowerShell, the CMD prompt, and any installed WSL Linux distributions.
For example, I installed Ubuntu after installing Windows Terminal. Ubuntu Profile